• Data Points and Tips for State Government Relations Success …
  • Data Points and Tips for State Government Relations Success
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  • 2015 Public Affairs Pulse Survey: Most Americans Say it’s Smart for Big Companies to Get Political
  • A Tall Order for Big Companies
  • State and Local Lobbying Goes Up, But Why?
  • Trust in Government Highest at Local Level
  • Showcasing the Value of Government Affairs
  • The Value of Integrating Communications and Government Relations
  • Partnering With Think Tanks
  • Managing Strategic Coalitions and Alliances
  • New SGR Report Shows PA Shops Doing a Lot With a Little
  • Lobbying in Brussels: A Look at the EU’s Joint Transparency Register
  • When Facts Don’t Matter
  • The Value of Measuring Public Affairs
  • Lack of Trust Translates Into Perceived Need for Regulation: Poll
  • Lobbyists in Europe May Face Stricter Disclosure Rules
  • Charges Filed Over Failure to Submit Lobbying Disclosure Reports
  • Top 10 List to Effective Lobbying
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  • Evaluating the Performance of Contract Lobbyists
  • 10 Tips for Casually Communicating with Legislators
  • Doug Pinkham in WSJ on Lobbying Expenditures in 2008-2009
  • As Lobbyists Get Older, Hill Gets Younger
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  • It’s Not the Lobbyists
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  • Numbers That Don’t Count
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  • LD-2 Guidance: Quarterly Report of Lobbying Activities
  • LD-1: Terminating a Lobbyist or Registrant
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  • It’s Not the Lobbyists
  • How to Write an Issue Brief
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  • How Laws are Made – the Basics
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  • Don’t Trust Us. We’re the Government.
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  • Changes Made to Pre-Approval Process for Officially-Connected Travel Paid for by a Private Source
  • A New Profile for Washington Lobbyists
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